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    Mufon ufo journal   1969 9. september - skylook Mufon ufo journal 1969 9. september - skylook Document Transcript

    • N U M B E R , 2 3 0 C a T 0 B 2 R. ,1 9 -6 9)r - -:9sauces Near Landlng i n 1 b w a ,- I Strange Objects Seen. - i n I o w aI 1 - .FIor_e on "UFO Witness Gets the Poin;t;""r, " I .UFO Scares Turkeys UF0,Blinlis Off-on, as Car Lights Do., I L :C,ahadian sighting Investigated by ~ r i a nC. Cannon. .-,- ,Another ~ i r h ? i ~Beiort--Back i h 1909-Q-stery-2n.Valif ornia -Sky,- ,-, . . . ... . . . . . . . . . . .-3,s J.. . 8 : ,: ::, I . ., .. ., .. ... . . . . .. . , ,. . . . . .;. .. - Did U.~:.c.~%,fi&he$i, . , . . . - .., . . - ;: -i-. . . . . ., ., , , . I . . .:.. . . ... . . . . .--. .: I . .: : , : A , . . .,...- - , . .; L,:-- -. . . . . ;. .- . -. . :, ...11-iin&is@ ~ e ~ ~ w ~~ t , ~ i ~e.nttS ~ k smO - - . I . . .. . . . ~. ..... - - . .>>. .i. L - A , l . - . ? ,. . ..... . . . .Other- . ,W..O. .,Keports. . . . . .Regu1r.r SKYLOOK Features Notices., . . . . . . . . ." , ) ( . . . .. .. I ; . .: , . a .: .: ,.:- ."We t e l l it as i t is."
    • Saucer Fear Landing In Towa: Did a flying saucer hover over a bean f l e i d on the vLrren Barr farmi n Lowa? "kiomethlngH cledred an area 40 f e e t i n diar~leter,leavirlg a l lof Lhe leaves of each soybean plant i n t h a t perfect c i r c l e hailgin& w i l t e ifrom the s t a l k s a s i f th,ey had been subjected t o extensive heat. None ofthe s t a l k s were broken off o r bent over and there were no marks i n the3damp soil. Outside the cAircleplants were normal and healthy. "Somethingapparently hovered jus=t over the circle-area, and it probably was theobject seen the night *before by Pat-ti Barr, 16-,and her cousin, U t h yMalir, 19.j , Here is the story.: ~ ~ e Barr farm home, 73 miles from Garrison, i s on- . .one.of th,e h i g h e ~ t ~points. . , i n Benton County. P a t t i :and :Ka.%hywe,re:i n asecona stbry bedrdorn, Kathy asleep, when P a t t i heard something boning; I. . d l r e c t l y over the house from the southwest. p a t t i s first impression was:t h a t it was a low f l y i n g j e t u n t i l she saw the object, now about 40 rods;d i s t a n t and across the road i n -front of %he Barr .home.. The wood ,frames. ?- . . . , . . . I . .of the windows vibrated f rorn the sound, .. .. . . ; . T ;j ;": , -.. . :. I _.I P a t t i . awakened her. cousin who, up&i 0bsel-i-in& t h e & bject.; w a s so: frighteried she immediately jmped. back. into-he.r .bed.and .pulled. ._.,..the. covers.over her head. P a t t i . continued t o watch the object proceed t o the,north and northwest u n t i l i t disappeared from v>i,ew.. < -. ... . :. . . .,, ,. . ,, :.:..The night was>partly cloudy and r a i n f e l l l a t e r , but s t a r s were vis-i b l e i n the northern siry when P a t t i f i r s t sighte-d the obiect a t - 1 1 oclocDieter of the moon. When f irsty~;o,bserved. . . . . 9 .i t. seerne.d. . . ., , ,t o:,b e .. . .lag. . .large. ,, ,>. ...i a s an.. Automobile.". .. - ,-, .: i ".: . .. .,. ": : . . ,, - L <! . . . , The duration of the sighting, when fiiGt ~od~erireh;40-,roasnorth ofthe home u n t i l i t changed t o an orange glow; was-.two:,rninut,e.~,~?he orangeglow renained f o r approximately three seconds. The objektw a s never be-10w.the d i s t a n t horizon, which $s .below the level.,o-f the farm. home top-. I _ ography.,. .. , . . . . . .I . I, .I > .&..and ivks. Barr were asleep on the f i r k t fibbr9and did iiot hear o rsee the object. . I4r. Barr wi~sntinclined t o believe the g i r l s story.the next morning, butlwhen lie went, out, $0 ,the bean f i e l d t o see if ithad rained too nucli f o r ~ u l t i v a t i o nan2 saw the $0-foot c i r c l e areawhich had not been there the evening before, Be changed h i s a t t i t u d e . i ~ l lI can say now i s t h a t sometiling wgs t h e r e , and I know i t wasntchemicals o r -Army w o r m s , " he told a r e p o r t e r l a t e r ./ The circlewas 30 rods southwest from t h e back door of the farm house,. but not . v i s i b l e fronl the house due t o a s n a l l barn and a c l w 2 of largeshade trees:, lie had gone t o the f i e l d Sunciay evening t o judge if theground too wet to: cultivate PLIonday morning and a f t e r walking through-<he area along the north edge, decided i t was not. Then, since a l i g h tqain f e l l sometime 3 u r i n ~t h e n i p h t b e f n r e 6 :70 the next morning,he reti?.rne.d t o th.e same area f o r a seconfi s o i l c11,eck--9118 S . . ~ Wthe ringed, area.. . . (Continued on next -pi..ge1
    • "Saucer Near Landing i n 1owa--( continued) .,Pearing r i d i c u l e , t h e Barrs s a i d nothing.abou-k-the i n c i d e n t . However,word leaked out when Kathys brother attended a c l a s s reunion in finne-s o t a and t o l d a f r i e n d about it. The f r i e n d and A 1 Austin from WCCO-TV,Minneapolis-St. l?aul, f l e w t o ,Cedar Raqids (25 miles from k r r i s o n ) anddrove a r e n t e d c a r t o -interview t h e Brrs 2nd t o take motion pictures.Oxher news media picked.up t h e r e l ~ o r tand M r . B ! r r estimated t h a t a total, - of 200 peogle, including r e g o r t e r s and investig+,-cors, h ~ dcontactedh i m s m c e t h e r e g o r t recelved natlonwlde TV co$erabe on CBL, Tuesday,Aug. 5 t h on t h e "Joseph Ueriti Show. IJaThe i n v e s t i g a t i q n from which t h i s r e o o r t w a s w r i t t e n w a s made byRobert Smmulling, APRO irivesti$atoi. and Chairman of t h e Tri-State UFOStudy.Group, of Hamilton, -Ill., and Walter H. Andrus, Jr. , D i r e c t o r of-the I l l i n o i s SectkionURO; of Quincy, Ill., on Sept. 7 t h eA s Mr. Barr had been a s l e e p , he could n o t shy -if t h e farm a n i i a l swere d i s t u r b e d when t h e UFO moved over t h e barn l o t d i r e c t l y adjacent, to,t h e soybean f i e l d , but t h e I f ~ a i l y Times," Vinton, Ia., reported t h e -.neighbors pf t h e Barrs s a i d t h e i r dogs "ha4 -been. barking and a c t i n g upt h a t n i g h t ; Is< : ISa~liplesof both damaged and . h e a l t h y p l a n t s and- s o i l samples from- t h esurface and two inches down were t a k e n from w i t h i n t h e 40-Toot c i r c l eby Glenn McWane , AYliO i w e s t i g a i o r , 526 S , H-iyerside>Drlve , I-owa C*ty,and s e n t t o APRO i n Tucson f o r a n a l y s i s , rb. ,Kndr,us and M r . Sniullingd i d n o t -duplicate t h i s ,operatilon as t h e i r interv2ew d l d n o t take-$laceu n t i l Sept. 7th. Thej. r e p o r t t h e dalruged p l a n t s wltllin the- c i r c l e hadd r l e d up, l e a v i n g brownestalks about 3 t o 4 inches high- A few of t h ep l a n t s on t h e o u t s i d e edge have sprouted o u t w i t h new f o l i a g e from t h et o p of the browil stalks:. PIost of t h e dalnaged s t a l k s were pulled u p andremoved by t h e many c u r i o s i t y seeking neoole and i n v e s t i g a t o r s ,J1Aerial. nhotograohs were s r m n p e d by GJenn T/IcYsne.-nil forw=l.rded t o .APRO and both ~ o bSmulling and Wr.1-t ~ n d r hsecured en1:)rger;ients of these,1 . . 7 - - - IThe - o f f i c i a l . p u b l i c a t i o n of t h e PIidwest UP0 Network--Published -monthly. Subscription $3.00, p e r year. Sample copy, 25% :,ailcheck o r money o r d e r t o t h e editor--Mrs, Norma E, Short, BOX--.. 129, Stover-,-?lo., -65078. - . . - - - - - -. - - - -- - - .
    • T H E A S T R O N O M Y C O R N E R By - ~ e dP h i l l i p s , Jr.IA Look qt" the, SKY . ,I , I!?he Orionid ineteoi shower w i l l -gcak on Octo.bcr 19. The metoors w i l lseem t o originate from the c o n s t e l l a t i o n Orion i n t h e e a s t e r n s l y dur-,ing the e a r l y morning hours.. I, t . . ,NEXT MONTH-: ,,Acomplete,&tudy,of bgllo,ons., . A ~thcse a r c frequently nis-,.;identifj.ed a s UFO:$9 f e l t that a .complbte .study ,with descriptions of?aridus types n i g h t be helpful i n the i-denti f i c a t i o s of some UFO -re-ports.. .. ,.A .I I -.%d.~.l,so,ri,;a r o p 6 & 5 ~ i d rtfic LCl$yton county ,~e~ls&-."i>(.Ia.) wrotea,,..fea;tgc,,ar$:gcle,, j ;&gqt .27th,-,t e l l i n g 03 his . o m and ,others s i g h t i n g. . .. .: a,..s:.trange. . . :.,ob;jecrt:. . .. . ;which-. . . . he can .only, c d l n UFO;. , . . .. . . . .. . ....j... . 1 . : .. .: . Olson-;and ;his. n&xCd 6 ? r were :gitting dn t h f . f rant st,s$of t h e ;Ol:son:home: ,.one ;evening i n ibutust when t h e i r ;.att d n t ion was c.iughtby an object hoverlng over the h i l l ull the west sidG of dlkader. Itwas. ~ o s i n g . .si.lcn%ly,;ili.id: slov~ly,and a p p c ~ ~ r i dt o havc .a.. rcddish glow. Red, . Qnd-grqc.n,.lights wsre. flushing .on t h e r c c r o r t a i l . scct.ion. Olson re-marked .he had nev& seen a d r a f t quite l i k e i t , then forgot bout it..:~.vl?til-:awcek : l a t e r +en. he. hc-rd ;..report, t h a t - a n .object%ad been spott e teat closer ;ra-nge::in..the- Pony Gollow. . . . . .ar,ea,i n a.f i e l d ;adjacent ,to t h e B l k -..- ;ader:;-airpor,t.--the:..sqme..evcn,ing.he and.,h i s f r i e n d , b d .-seen. t h e i r strangecraft., . . . . . . , - . . .I Olsoii checked with the residents of the a r e a tznd ob-himd "a verys i n c e r e reh)ortl.frcrn mcmbcrs of two- f m i l i c s who had obscryed t h eobject. Sevqn mambcrs of t h e lwno and Don Wilke fnrnilics were i n t h e i r f-ideldabout two r;-,ilcs e a s t of Elknder, covering n hay s-tclck, when they . .witnessed a frightening cvent.- bout 9.:3(Lp. m.: gust 6 t h ) .a n objcct oppcnr::d over t h e t r c e st o the west of the f i e l d wherc ;They were worizillg. It moved slowly,making no. noise as i t hovcrbll abdve timbcred area which adjoiils therugge@,,hil:l,si:,be.h.in,d. t h e ; Clayton. coulity sand p i t b.elow the Elkader :.,,. .Recredtion- PArk.. . . .. .. ( . .. .: , .- . ,h c c b r d i n g to the adcount s by ncmbcrs ~f the W i l e c f n m i l i v s ,: the :object was .round rshaped arid. t h e c e n t e r portibn sppe9rbd t o . bc ~ l l m -inated wish, a. re-ddish t . i n t . A s i t lnw?rc6 itself ,q.nd disnppcarcd i nthe wooddd area, a s t r i n g nT s i x r c d -nd ~ f e e nihts rh@<r,?$ t o be. . . . .. ,
    • Strange Objects Seen i n 1owa--(continued)IIt m i l i n g behind. A s the-object disa;?peared be2ow the t r e e l e v e l , theWilkes began t o see large white flashing l i g h t s i n the woods d i r e c t l yi n l i n e with a fance i n .the area where they had bcen working. Q,e l i g h t swcre so bright, t i c trunks o f t h e t r e e s i n the woods wwe e a s i l y seenf o r a great distance.Frightemd nnd somewhgt 8.wed by wh2t they h-d seen the members of%he f m i l y rbturnkd t o . thi.ir h ,rues LLndrelL:ted the story t o the others.there., aOn August 22nd Olson, Robert G r i f f i t h of The Register" staff andmembers of the Willie family searched the wooded area f o r evldence of_ a landing but found nothing. Local .law o f f i c i 2 l s And others combed. thesame area the next day with the s&c r e s u l t s .Olson writes: "No evidence k.s beer, f owdi, but the sincere ~ ~ C C O U ~ ~ Sand clescrlptions mzde by the members of the two families - c e r t a i n l y havemalzy persons convinced thnt something unusu2.l did f l y over and ajke anappearance a t the farm f i e l d t h a t .night,", 1 .Credit: Ted P l - ~ i l l i p s ,Jr..........................................................Tracing UFO Reports i s the Specialty of a SedalianThe above headline spread c l e a r across .a page of the1Sedalia-Demo-c r a t s son Sunday9 August 3Bst, and nearly a f u l l page coverage was- given t o the investigative work of Ted Phillips, Jr., alorlg with aphotograph of Ted a t work a t h i s desk a t 1113 Ware 1we. i n Sedalia.A. stafr a r t l s t V sconception of a "flying saucern seen by a farmerin h i l l e r County and reported t o P h i l l i p s was 21so shown.A f u l l rcnort of h i s investigntion of the UFO seen over Osage Beach,~ r i v o i sMills and Stover area bn A,,m~st12 (see S e n t w h r r issue of SKY-LOOK)was givzn, 2lsng with tile Miller - i r 3 - t i n g ,($ee 3~rilSKYZOOK $968)and the Overstreet Case (SKYLOLK, A5ril 1969);.. (It is always g&tify-$ng when -the p r e s s &ivdssekious considei-btiont o reports of unidenltificd f l y i n g objects,.made by responsible citizens,Too often the kook report gains publicity w i t h the r e s u l t t h n t Mr. JohnQ. Citizen, yho gp-ots a .UFO, h c s i t a t c s ,to report i t t.o anyone i n the.- f e a r of being ridiculed,--- - . . .L. ., Attention--1~11 Readers!, . de recelved a long l e t t e r fron an alabamn render who took exception. "with the view expressed r e l a t i v e t o mants origin. IL Baffled ,:t f i r s t ,we -finally decided he w2s ref err&ng t o _ _ ~ o u _ ~ & i s h s-rev-iew of tl&nkLnd .__ _ - ..- - -. --Children of the Y l a n e t ~ ? ~i n Lou1 "In -Others WordsoI Our readers-- should understand--that a r t i c l e s and books mofltioneddo not automatical- ---Jycar-ry a SKY-LOOKendorsement-=not evzn LOLs (unless- he st q t e s such), -:- -H i s excellent f e a t u r e i s offered a s a rGader service--so you m y knowwhat-the newsstands-are carrying and then decide i f you want t o spendyour money on the nagazine o r book. We s?.ve a l o t t h a t w ~ v ? !
    • More on lLWOWitness Gets the Point"! . :. .I i.,! :.. !. The : ~ s s u e . o f ,: S K Y , L O O K , & ~ ~ - ~ C ~a rcj?ort of S,.,.S.westfall, of 1 . ..~ a l e s b u i g ;~ll.,,::wh6.,~awa UFO, an. 11, ,1967,...and upon mycstigating t h e apparknt landing si4e THENEXT DAY (remember .$his) was wounded, hy, a "dart" which l e f t hin with ill.effects, We sGgg.ested t h a t f u r t h e r3nvestigakion :was..~aLledf o r a n d in-.$ugust we: received a l e t t e r .fromoris is R , -Fickclsher,, Djrectpr of Allied Saucers iissociation, Po 0 . B3.x....: 35, Eden, N. L She was in.tercstcd%i n the report and wrote t o M r , P J e ~ t - -f a l l , sending him a copy of the SKYLOOK account,. . . - . .. . ..,..+ 8 , .i, : :, She.,cec&ivedt h i s feply: f(~h&::,iriformation : i s cbrrect except the . ,;:: dart,was returned,- fr o m h o x Co.llege t o shelliff i:s off ice :.ancI;,scnt t o:Springfield, Ill., f o r analysis. I!ve s e c r i . the rqp6rt but 1don::t believc. , . . , .i. .i t was true. The Dept , Sheriff off ice - put"in ~ a i e s b u r g~ e g i s t e rW a i l. , .;"that.:i t .(-the;dart-) w a s brkght yel&ow and-,.made-.of..woo<.. That w a s .: n o t.j : . . :ithe- color.,of :lt;.,cfthecolor was..mose of a darker cdor,.!. . ,;..: .;,i . . s.. . . . .. . .> . .Mrs. ~ i d k e ~ s h i rengaged in ..fi&her ,xrro$porideqci y l t h Mrt stfa falland wrote us again. He had scnt her a sk6-tch of the UZO which he sa2.3kotated one revolution i n 4 seconds f i a s h i i l g . , l l g ~ t ~i n - cen.rter of each~..l;igh.t..-at-.rim..I! .His..sketch.indica:tcd .yellow, :bluish ,grcer,, . r e d and , .,white ligh%s,. . . .. . . . .. , . r , , . I. . . .... . - .. ..He. w r o t e ~ : . , , ~ T ~ i , s1s what I t h i n k about tho c r a f t and i t s occup~ntq.:Ido: not!-t ~ ~ n k t h e ; ~airnGd t o h u r t he too i l u c h ~ stheyPim2d r 1 t my. . . . . . . . ., . . ~ r i s t . ~ . w i t c hon m y l e f t .arm and 1.d. rtbounced off o f .th&face of "the. ,. ; watch, . &iidc~ui>?d* in.- . .,.!my,-:right.~arrn.. 3 d ~ i r t sh i t iv?thdr:.of band and only8 "i .6d&,3:.,b$&sLin.,zeft.;;I~&; !. just , &n+ty;t"clng the,sir~ni11 :.. ,I . ; , : .:: ., I .: ::. . . .. . . . . , .,. .-. i - !,We believe o u r ,r&aciers w i l l a l s o !get t h e point"._ . .and we 11,consider. ," . . . . . . . . .this.casec1ose.d. .$~@cs t.o Firs,. Fickelsher. ,. . . .. , I . I . , I . ., - - - . - ;--------, . , . . ,: . . . . . . ., Huge B a l l .of 3;.- rc 3 , o ~ &-: s&th e;trol.ine. , . .. . ,: .. ..The..,Greenville, S, C I N ~ W S ~reported that several residents i n the. !&id <sbJ amysteri6us -Gallof i s i r e p n s ~ i . n g.ovcrhcod t h c n i g h t> I . . .., o f j!~.iday,,, .? . > ; Jily 25t:l{,, be t w c e n l l p ,a. and 8i,dnightO .. . .1 . ,.: I . . . . . , . . . .. ,. ,. . . . .. ..: . . . . .., . . h.;+. .:w, B .!. . . urden -c-f:122 Glierrykane Drive, B e r m ;. w a s awaittine-d by; a noise ",like a guni1t o see !a great, big, hu& ball ;-02.,f:kre" ligh-t;knp.>iup the sky. Mr. Burden and t h e i r da.ightcr, P a t r i c i a , 13 were nwekencd.......,I . I . . j . . .... .,". ,_.-/-to scetne sltyst-illli-t -andv d t c h e d t h e ball gradually y. grow smaller.- . and d i s a p p e a r . I-twas i n v i e w f o r several minutks;"~M~s~-Bufdeh s a i d ;. ? .. . . . . . ..Mrs. .Sarah Snii~ons,who i i v c s n c m tile ~ u r d c n s .a t 406 Claxton Drive,. .. , . ,. :&iorted seai,ng, the jfid*y 60j c c t from h,?r botiroom w i n d o w a n d thinkingitlth,lsi s .tize:;end.lL!.Bi3tii .women,said the b ~ 1 1 ,of f %reappeared -to be. , I Idoming-:to,wi:;rd..tiicik. h6Gses,..- ! . . , , . . , I I . ., . , : - . i 1: - , . . . , . . .O j j M i - , c a l l s w6rdmqde t o Glu newspLpzr.t o report ,the object..:,,; . . . . . . : : - , . . ...,., . . .. . . ,. ., - i c . - .. ,,, . .,. , . , , : . . . ,. .. . .. . . . 9 . . - . 1 I .~ . . . . .,; i , . . . . . . . . .. . . . , ., - , : . . . .. .. .. , . . , .. .. . . . . , ,
    • Two Boys Report Light sRobert Sindling, of Haniltcn, Ill., and C+irma.n of t h e Tri-StateU>O Study Group, received a t e l e l ~ h o n ec a l l &om two e x c i t e d bogs about8:30 PM, Friday, August 23th; -, The boys, Ken Thoiaas, .13; and i d d i e Dikus, 1 2 , had j u s t seen s t r A g el i g h t s moving slowly n o r t h over a barn two blocks Prom t h e G i h s home,-They could not determinesthe shape of t h e o b j e c t which bore f i v e blink,--ing. l i g h t s i n r e d , o.range, yellow afid a s i l v e r y white. Four l i g h t s . were i n a row, 5ut t h e w h i t e one w - s back of t h e l i n e , .Ken w a s f i r s t t o n o t ~ c e-the l l ~ h t sdnd U S u l d i e s p o t t e d t d m , t h eo b j e c t began t o move aluch f a s t e r and was out of slbht in roba ably t h r e sseconds. The boys r u s h e d - i n t o t h e house t o t e l l what t h e y had seen andQddieIs- s i s t e r , who was,_watching TV, s a i d t h e r e w a s i n t e r f e r e n c e i nt h e s e t j u s t b e f o r e t h e .boyis came in. The c a l l w a s then made t oSmulling.- UFO Scares Turkeys-Nr. and Ibl,+. S m i t h ( r e a l n m e i n our f i l e s ) were awakened aboutl:30 t h e rnorni lg of August 3 l a t by an alarm g i v e n by t h e i r f l o c k ofturkeys, and they r t ~ s h e dt o t h e bedroom window t o s e e if some p r e d a t o rw a s a t t a c k i n g t h e birds. To " t h e i r s u r p r i s e , t!iey s a w a round, orange-r e d object moving a c r o s s t h e sky a t two o l c l o c k p o s i t i o n , c o n s i d e r i n g1 2 oclock t o be d i r e c t l y overhead. . i t xI,.Mrs. Smith, who was intervlewd by your e-ditor, s a i d the o b j e c tw a s about t h e s i z e of a v o l l e y b a l l , as comgared t o the s i z e of t h efull moon, and it wao almost f l a t aciaoss tne bottom and rouhded overt h e top. Thoy could observe no o t h e r lights o r d i s t i n g u i s h i n g f e a t u r e saria- m e r e LJ2S no smoke o r vapor t r a i l . The o b j e c t relnained in viewfor. t h r e e o r , f o u r minu.tes a l ~ di t seened t o swiilg from s i d e t o s i d e" l i k e i f you h i t a b a l l hanging on a s t r i n @ - a s it moved in-a northk.westerLy course. There w a s no sound--however,-the-Smiths- did- n o t go -outside and t h e clamor s e t u p by t h e t u r h v s w ~ l dh w e covered anyl e s s e r sound. The n i g h t was c q l m w ? t h st-rs sbiiiing. -< -. i - I- . .-,The j m i t h s 1l v e :abol;t,.skven.,silts-f ram. . s t o v e r ,1~10.;~~. oJf ~ i ~ h w a ~ !] !. 13.5;.:.?hey..,a r e .-i-lo.f,e e r t b l n t-he g l o ~ i i g ,O D J ~ C ~ ~ t.ne.:kdu:k&0.2 t;c)le.::-:-:tur.!reys! f r i g h t ; . but -:%hereseeraed t o be notiling else.... . i n :the:vicinity-., . . . .- .. -.to..account.,ior. . . . . . it., :- . - . . . , . - ,, .... .. . ,. . . . .. L. . , .. . . , . . . . , , 1 . . . . . , I . . , . , . . . . ., . :. . , ,;1t.,islolcwn t h a t dogs-:.can hear:high. p i t c h e d .sounds .that liwnan. .,....! 1 - . . )_e a r s carmot, 5nd:we wonder: if --thisi s a l s o t r u e of.; f-owls..-It doesn:!.t%.:seem t h a t a high, aoving - l i g h t would alar~ntne b i r d s , b u t - asound. . - .. . . . .... -. . . Could. .Carl any- of our--reade-i.s;.,,02-fer:il~formation..dn- thisG.sc.ore?: - :. ;.- .r. -. . . ....-------~-----------------------~---~-,,,-,,-,---,----,--- &,--------ADonald A . Johnsqn.lLs PLXING S A ~ C E RODS$lIVER i s a non-schedule dbulle,t%n, b,ut.worth-,waiting:for., and you get: every i s s u e y;ou pay f o r--5 i s s u e s f o r 75g.; 1 0 f o r $1.50; s i n k l e . cop^, 20-@..-.-;The-emphasisison UFO s i g h t i n g s i n t h e New ,Zng;lhi~ds t a t e s andsoutheastern N. Y. and. . . . . . . -l-ther-e..:ar.e -.reader-... sew1c.e-.a.nilo~cgm_ents.-zind.a~t~lcles---in..the---ufol-ogy- . . . - . . . .--f i.e.Ld. ,-.The-,add.ress--is. . .Dona1.d -A,-UTa!@son-, - Sand ..Hill-.l?d.:, -.Port-land, : - - - -. . . . . . . . ... . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .- ..- - - - -C 0-&I. %. :-06489. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . - . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . - . - . . . . . . . . . . .- ... ._ - . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..- . . . . .. . . . , -- . .- - , -,. :. . . . - . , . 1 . : . . ,. . . .. . . . . . . . . . . .. , * ~ . , 3 .. . . . . . . . . . . - .. . .- . . . . . - . - . .
    • . . . . . . . . . . . -. - .< . . < . ., I . . . .UFO Blinks Off-On, A s Car Lights Do . , . . .. . . . ! ,.i . . . . I . . . . . . -( . . . .. ! ~:.hov,e~i;figUFO, t h a t , apparkntly resp&ded , t o :car :lights t h a t s v h h e d1 , : ! I . 4,bff asd on i s one of t h e more interesting.-+r,eooi-t.s,t o come-f n the pastmonth, with c r e d i t given A r t E?stein, memher n f t-he I!FO Stur7y Grou-p of-Gx@ater:St+-Louis m ; o f A,PRO, who.:.in.terviewed..:one;~.~$t h e o.bservyers,. . . . . . ,. . . - . . ,. ! s .. . , .. ".. . , Georgia..@:l1:, .of lvksila, Y. he,made the :red,& x u ~ u s t3.4 a$ her--. . , .culaneum.,>go.; The sigh.ting .took.p l ~ c em . a .misty, r a i n y .evening .in.- .A.prii, 1968, abgu.3-i7 ,.~~!:~l:o,ck.:when Ivibss..H i l l :and .a friendym.were. drivingalong a v a s t area of f l a t land used f o r ca.ttle grazing a t t h e base ofthe--B.,ig31or.ida;.-Mour~tainsnear :Derning, ,N. M, L. .. - ,,. . .-.., . i. . .. -- . . . .. . . . . . , . , . . . . . . . ,,. . . -. I I i, .> . >: : ..Miss. H i l l h a d ::.k?,.6pper,he,r. car. a t a c a t Gle:.guard : c . r . c s ~ i r i . ~w.h& she.,. I . . . ..saw-,t-he::.lar& ;object: jin .the .sky-. .It was:..",long1..with: ?lA.ghts: t s e . f u l l, . ,length 6 f i . i t , a n d a l s o ~ . . a r : o ~ , dit... l ~ & . l i g h t s . ,werein!orange-yellowand did not change color. N e object hovered motionless durin.g:.:%he.-sigh-k. . . . . . ..ing..and-there y.as.-no sound,.- - . -and .at:o:Miss H i l l turned off the cor lights! t o watch t h e 6b$d$,., ncethe l i g h t s on the object turned o f f . After waiting b r i e f l y , M ~ S S !{illfurned:::tlie:!li-ghts (on and:,.at:,once the l i g h t s . on: the-.objec$ appea.red.Wajt,ching;:a .,f,ew. seg~nds.~::.lilissA i l 1 again gurned, oiff the car l i g h t s withr ..- %he:. ,s.ame:rne.ac~t~ion:.fr.om :the,;obj.ecf ..c. -2-turning on. the;. lights t his .time,a ..the:::ob3 e c t . ,di.d rno.t...re,gpond arid no . more was seen o f : it. a,;. . . . . , ,.I . . .. . . . . . . . .. . . , I " . . !. , . ,. i,: 7 , , !. ,: -, . . , . I . . I,. , . . . .. ,...: i While distance i s d i f f i c u l t t o eStlmate, Mjss :Hil-l- thought t h eobject w a s proba-bly e i g h t m i l e s - d i s t a n t , over land, and it looked a tleask,:,&hceef.,~ee,l;:Jong.,!:: -%ne j:qdge.di the.,ob3.e~t,was n0:t:scen. 1anger"; than15.;.sec.onds i n 1.p~.li& ts ont s t a g e .and ; i t ccu1di.no.t. be seen at: al.1 withr : . . . , . .&jigh*s,.of,f,., . :. ,: .. . . .i ,:;:;.. . a ... . . , . , , : . . . . _ ., . . ._I ~.. . 3 . . . . . . .. . . . . .. ,. . . . . . . ;. ,: ;.a . . . . . . . . . ~ . . . . . .. . . . . . : . . . .. .; . . - ,.,::..: 1 . . :.,;r:a.er;e-i.h.ay,e: ?,een a, ni1.mbe.r : :of si,€.<t inps .in .wh ch-..a- UFO j? -ymrently?.: 1swi$,ch,ed..ligh:$s .off ai18 . oa i n r e s -)onse- tb. gro~lnd,.si.cn.1s,,:- nc? . t h i s is. . .aqp-the~one..f!:~r~,,the.:r%,cor&s: . , .. ..: . - .. . . I . .. . . . . :. . ... , I . . . - . ---,-:--L----------,-,----------------i-------------------------------------... . . . , . , , .,J . ..,. . . . ., .. .UFO: Paces C a r i n : ~ l l & o i a , ;. .I . . :, :. . .( ; , -, , Charles Brandmeyer, 21, a Marine home on leave, was driving t o Albe,r,s,.,Izll~~, from.:New. .Baden,, a :d.istance-.of.approxima.tely :four miles,about. 3 :00 AM,, one,,July morning, ;this.year, and. was paced .by..a-.UP0a:2l?:the.:.,way..@-:.arriving;a k . h i s parents. - home ,.he: awakenedhis palkitsand brother, Mark, 17 t o t e l l them, "There i s a flyiiig s a ~ c e r ~ o u t ~there."Laughing a t f i r s t , then-convinced of h i s s i n c e r i t y , a l l went outsideand sgvl;rthe,bri.gh:t::ob3ect!.:hover.ing;.in-.the-sky;-:Tt is-!repbrted.others in. ., . . ,the7:aaea also::,saw? the .UFO. !Ve ihop t o g e t ..more.on t h i s . ... . . . .II . . . . . . . . . . .[ ; ;; . ,, :, :. . . i., .. ! . . , , ..:: , . , . . . .. . . .. . , . .Credit :-1 P22s.. R. ,.E.I H O ~ S ; Carlyle ,.....I11. . . . . . , .
    • Lasar Shoots Down Spooklightspringfield, No. "Daily News," Yay 15, 1969.--Plying Saucers oftenmay be i n v i s i b l e , but they a r e n t invulnerable.To prove i t , several s ~ i e n c e ~ m i n d e dSpringfieldians recently armedthemselves w i t h a l a s e r gun and shot down ah armada of UFOs r i g h t ov-erSpooksville Airport.More ,$actually, they blasteda myth which has puzzle;d, awed en-t e r t a i n e d Ozarkers f o r h a l f a century,Long known as thehpmt of the "spook , l i g h t ,I a region between t h eNewton County Village of Hamet and the Oklahoma town of Quapaw wasrechristened ilSpooksvlltleUFO ~ i r ~ ~ ~ t some years back when f l y i n gsaucers were i n t h e i r heydayo. . . . : . . . . . . . .a . ., . . .-. . .- The area was popalarized b y , saucer autiiorswho-insistedt h e waver-i n g glov~ingorbs seen.float.ing over the landscape ,y;.re..exploration ship^from other planets seeking c e r t a i n minerals i n abandoned zinc ,and -lead m.iwh%ch.d.otithe Missouri-O.kl&omg : bo.rderland, . ,. -, : . .. . . . . ,. .I. ,- ,E a r l i e r , many other expianations were a~vankedf o r t h e weird, ,hazy. , . .glow which can be seen dancing along evi?ry night from dusk t o dawn..;Thbse:-~c-rsionsranged, from m a s h gUs t o the ghosts, . . of suicid;.l.Indian, . . . ,..l o v i r s , j ;. - . . .- , - . _ .: Then Asmy engineers tackled the mystery, using planes, colored ,,li-ghks .and,walkie t a l k i e s to. deduce t h e gl-ow came .from refracted. autolighnts on U.S. 66, some 10 miles from a, viewihg polnt on a lonely Bew-&tonCounty road k~owna s the Dcvllrs Promenade. ; - -. .: : ~ ~ r i n ~ fi e l d . astronomer. ~ i ; @ a ~ dOINeill,, h i s .kif e, :ahtr.; kobert ,--. ;.Gibbons, Southwost J!Iissourir~.tat,cC o l l e g e physi,cs instructor,; KenneshSalsman anG atr rick: spy;tbn,.S,$E,.. students. ,. a n d .......rnem,be%". > . . . . . . of 0 z a r k ~ ~ m a t e u r.: !: :. ;.:I. . . . . . . .Astronomers Club, v i s i t e d t h e " a i r p o r t " . area.... --- - -- . . . .. . I , . . . . . I . . . . i . . . .r . . . - . % . i i . . !? - -9 :: >, .-.-I n .addit ion t o . a telescope ,:they knrrie& a10,ng,a heliim-neongaa.l a s e r owned by .thercollege. This remarkable : i n s f r . ~ e n $ ,is; capab1.e.ofashoot-5-ng-a powerfu.1..red. beam. of-1ibht.. fr6.m t.h-6.@rh,,which .th&o.F&. . . . . . . -...i c a l l y., . could be v i s i b l e t o -anyoile on t h e . moon,. . . ;. : - , . . , . . , . . , . -.... . ,Their flashes were soon on the M ~ S S O U ~ ~,side; and #the- b t i l l i a n t- . (,-iontifiucd next ggg2-) - -- -- " --- I - --- --- -.---------
    • , .: Laser s h o o t s Down Spook ~ i ~ h t - - - - ( c o n t i n u e d )l a s e r ,pinpoint b p s ,observed by those i n t h e a u t o , i n d i c a t i n s t h a t theviewing points---though f a r apart---were Lined up w i t h each o-Lhc-r,I:T, :. -:.The : c a r ,1,ights . d u p l i c a t e d ,the glow which h a s been a t t r i b u t e d t o, *.:es&cyfhing.- , 9 r o n tl!& si.i~otmatulnal~30 t h e saucer f o r s o .manyyearsi ) During &theperiod bfC;l&ibili tjr, the c a r was moving downgrade. Thereis a n o t h e r r o a d i n t h e same a r e a f r o m which the Jigh:t:niay l.k-see1;;., ,-s l i g h t l y . d i f f e r e n t l y . , A t , t h i s p o i n t , t h e glow i s believed t o o r i g i n a t e .... .: fromunotuher road h e a r Qucipaw, - and i t a p p e a r s .t.o 2 r i f t ~ ~ p w a r dan8 t o,. . . . >.one side. . . . ., . . . , .. ... , But t h e , l a t e s t t e s t w i t h t h b , t r u s t y 3aser has-n o t . only :buried .-theiispo,ok-,thep.ry b u t appcarcn3ly has succeeded i n shooting down t h o s e> . I ,. ,j~,sauc6k;s,.. : ,. . ; ;. .. .:1-Credit: ~ ~ r i 1 - k ~issue of Data--Net Control, 624 P a r l e y St.. , MountainView, C a l i f o r n i a . 9404-Oe . ,I,~,.S:KYL~;OL,rep,?rts: u n i d e n t i f i e d f l y i n g o k j c c t s . W e n -.,investigationr-esul,ts,,in i d c n t 6 f i.cation, wc c a r r y a Lollow up . r e p o r t , and f e e l we:,are d o i n g a service i n . t a k i n g ono case off. t h e "unk;l1om! 2nd l i s t i n git bn thet t h 0 . & t t recokSs.. When we p ~ i b l i s ha r e p o r t which .we l + t e r: d i s c o v e r t o be a hoax ( o r a t l s a s t a b o r d z r l i n e c r s e ) , wz.ll t e l l: you. . ~&o~+t:.. . i$;,and, l e t ;you ...:draw. . . :your own conclusi.ons . Okay? Okay,
    • .CCanadian Sighting Investigated by Brian C, CannonE d i t ~ r ~IJote: Brian C. Cannon, former Virector of C43R0, and nowa contributing ;,,=lit07t o t h e excellent CXT.1DIF.N UFO R3WM ? hss sentus h i s i r v e s t i g ~~f he siplLl-;ne;of v n i d e ~ t i f i e dli:ht;..! Cari-c7.~2F1.and we presei.1-1; T % ; s nl]t o d y tee, use <)P i t s i ~ t e r e s tas -z sxg::tir?;, 3u-5a s a model of t h ( > , - ~ u g ~ ~kvestiga-t i m.I n t r ~ d : ? c t ion: Ikp rs se ~ ~ I V O ~ ~ T P Sthe si ght ing of unidentif i e,-- ligi...+s !.y-.-*.- -7 . -.-t w q r - i t ~ ? ~ : , e sin Vicioria, R. C!, , Septa 29, 1268, I n addltio.;. t o trlssightinis,, :,Lh wltresses claim +,o have taken photcgraphs, na:iisly:l : s ? r ~ a n l l ~v o ~ r s l . , ~ ~- 3 exposures (numbered 1, 2 and 3 )Camera& -- 12-i.nrl.ta 35 -9-n. Model ALP - L ~- Kodzchrome 4SA 25Secling - Slidz nurn;;ei.s 1 and 2 - f2, exposed f o r abou-t 10 seconds,21z d e n;,~:l?er 3 - s e t t i n s 12, exposed f o r 20 seconds,F53.n w a s processed at Kodak I~aijoratories,~ a n c o u v e r ,B. C.Mr, Reginald P. Heal -; 1 exposure (numbered 4)Came~a- Sxakta S113, 135 mome l e n sFilm - Qynachrome, AdA 25Setting - f 3 , evposed. f o r 11 secondsProcessing data un,hown a t date of t h i s report.Time and h ~ r a t i o nof Sightin= ~r..d. Po Neal - 0:30 p.m. Mountain DSF,--.- ---- ..Duration - 25 minutes, Pk,.11, Voorsluys - between 7:00 ar,d 8:OO p.m.. Mountain DST, Duration - 15 minut-es,Weather Data1 :Time V i s i b i l i t y Vind Barometer7 :00 pm 3 m i l e s c3lm 29-97 in.8:OOpm $ 3miles WXlJ 3 29.99 in.9.:00 pm 4 miles calm 23.99 -in.9 e n p e , r a w i 7 :00 pro - 50 d e g e e s ; 8:00 pn - 44 degrees; 9: 00 pm -47"Balloon Data: A li,hted balloon was released Pron the Sydney ( v i c t o r i a )-----weather o f f i c e only at; 9:15 p.m, Sept. 29, 1968, Because of reducedv i s i b i i ~ z pdue t o sniolre, the bkll.00-n only reachGd a l t i t u d e of 6,000f e e t Selore disappear~n5, hind a t the 6,000 ft, l e v e l bias ligh-1; and-variable. However, wi-tresses ehtlmdte 02 a i ~ h t i n gtime would t e x t t oe1imiilal;e tliis ballcon a s a probable explanation of the sightlngaAccurate information on balloons could not be obtei.r;ed from the- unitedStates Coast G ~ l i ~ dbase a t Port Angeles, irauhington, irmediately south-of v i c t o r i a acr3as the S t r a i t cf Juan de fica. We have inforna.Lion !t h a t t;!is f a c i l i t y does not keep time and date records oY f l a r e s -launc%ed from Pt. Angeles. The -red or green signal f l a r e s reach a.hexght of a few nundred f e e t (depe::ding on the a q l e of launc5) and-,burn f x l e s s th22 one minute. , With idse.1 v i s i b i l i t y , the Coast Guardclaim the signal f l a r e can be seen up t o 1 5 - n i l e s ,- (Continued on -next page)
    • , I .Canadian S i g h ting--(Con% inued ). . . . . . .... I,.* . . . . . . . -,.. .......... .-..-.,. - _ - . I . . . . . . . . . ..- . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .,:with a very,,b r i g h t white, l i g h t , up t o 1,Z/3)09000 candle .power. C)uoting, .if r b i ;a l S k t t e > fybm::the , U. S. C ~ a k tGuard base .at Pt. Angelcs, " i ~ o r m l l y, i ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ t - ~ ~ ~ yzaf&;.are, . droy?ped a i r c r a f t a3:ound 3;(j()O f .z;-et zn .:: :alti-tp.de dn:d can :be! . s : ~ & ~as f a r away a s 53.m i l e s on a c l e a r , dark nigh.b,. . . .: . !Thesei f l a r e s bv3-n f o r three. minute.s w h i l e f a l l i n g a t 500 f e e t : per T ! l i ? i l ~ t -!On occasion b o t h t h e Coast Guerd.&nd Wavy make p r a c t i c e drops i n t h elR-6713 r e s t r - i c t e d- . . - ~ r e a .I . . .. .. . .> .j ~ ~ h i r . i b t & d ~-.6713.is. ~ o c a t @ ~ - , i m r ; ~ & d i a ~ e l ysouth of ,Sari Juan Island:and z&$6i ,Is,;.:iand;:-. . It is .bounded on .the .east by Whidbey Islaild and. .-ion t h e w.e.,st by ,Vancouver, I s l a n d , . . , . . .! .1 I . . .^ : , . : , , < . I. . . . . . . . :; ..:Evaluation--,.----- of Y h o t o ~ r a ~ h s :Ther? i s considerab1.e doubt t h a t t h e f o u rI ~ ~ O ~ O S.,in -question have e v e r received d e t a i l e d analysis.. ,.+ccordillg t o,:: ,. !UilWiil,,,,.., , the: $hotqs:wire -miijled L d Ottawa, (WBC) h b ~ ~ e v k r , ?Lr. Voor3luys~supplf& t ~ @ " fb1:Xowing inf!orn;!t;kdn: "I was j:nt~rg.i&wedby Ilr .,un.:la13 times:. l ~ . ;&a1 w a s inte,rvicwed twic:e; Th,e first two .interviews wereimoskly,-on f - i i ~ l j k gout a rep o r t and - ~ ~ p l e l / l a t i o ~verbal$-y of :what .we, ..:;saw 2ild..l;0 d i s c u s s ,the t e l e p h o t o , ~ i c t u r ePir. ?Teal took. A t t h a t time,l;Lr&;" slia&5.$&&:&,t-ddvelcped,e. ~ ~ p , . s i j n w i n f b l d tl13t h e,,. . Itake...$he t e l e p h o t o sho,t t o O t t a w a t h e next day. He phoned Mr. Neal4 . r " ..t. ..- ,.tellikg. . . . ,< ..c .)?irn:$t $a5 .the.,,b,6it.I , UFO s h o t t h e y , - had., .Later on d f - ~ C ~ . E Y:slides: weke :8e,v&$ope*d;, b r o u g h t : d u p l i c a t e s t o U n ~ i n . ~i ~ o u s e . L a t e r o nI-;-several: wcelrs-,-:n ganuary ,. Ir plioned .Dr.1-Iillman f o r . -the second t imk.!I-:ds,k&dhim ivhat tli:ought & t h e r e p a r t aild t h e s l i d e s . that M r , Uz-$hi liad: r&ke.a&eilto .:iiim. ( I)n my first c a l l t o D r . l ; z l l ~ i a n ,hj-viiig re--:turn&hf r b d t e s t firirigs at Churchii]., h e s a i d he knew e n Unwin 2nd :iremembered ouy , r e p o r t and, tele.-)hot0 s h o t . ) He told. n;e he .only received.-:!aXerox coby! 03 a#nrint ,and hr: ?mew no Fir,, Unwin., I . .. .- . . . .. , . . . . .. . ,
    • Canadian Sighting--(Continued)evidence of the same structure. I would t k n k t h a t what you photo-graphed was a point source of l i g h t which confirms your v i s u a l observaations. Its intensity relative t o the s t a r s would suggest t h a t i t wase i t h e r a f l a r e , an experimental balloon with l i g h t , o r possibly anexperimental a i r c r a f t , "The " i f s , mays, e i t h e r s and ors" indicate . l i t t l e , if zny, follcv-upwas doily on the case by the TND or the MRC, I wrote 3r. Kiilman onPIarch - 5 t h comerk.j-ng t h i s case and.wl~ilehe has been .most helpfulwith information i n the past, I have yet t o hear from h5m regardingthe Victoria case,Individual R e ~ o r tof the Sightinp M r . R. Neal - Both M r . Neal and-- - - . -. ---I,-,,-,,---. .LCI*. V~orsluysestimiite that a l i g h t (breeze - Ileal) ,or (wind - Voors-luys) was blowing a t the time of thc sighting, indicating t h a t Yi,Neals estimate of t i n e ( 8 ~ 3 0p.m,) i s the lnore accurate based on windvelocity of, WXJ 3 a t 8:00 pen, a s supplied by the Victoria (Sydney)Weather Off,ice, (See Neather Uata on preceding pages)1 . iqeal f i r s t observed what adpeared to be "solid, l i g h t sourcesttmove toward him from the southern horizon and stop, ab-ut 15-20 abovethe horizon. Only nne Iipht w n s sern -nfl Ner 1 esti-mates i t was threetimes as bri-ght 2 s Vevli~s,2 1 . ~ ~ )v i s i b l e n t the time. When f i r s t seen,the object was "blue-wiiite, t :?n c-langed t o ddl-orange. 11The lzrge object, a f t e r stogp~ilg,~.xgc-lledfive brlght green objectswhich apparently disappeared a f t e r they f e l l away from the main object,The smaller l i g h t s were d r ~ p p e d ~ e v e r y15 or 20 seconds and were v i s i b l ef o r .approxmately one ninutn each. The larger object dalled and d i s -appeared a f t e r a period of about 25 minutes. Neal st;ated.that themain-object passed i n front of the moon duriilg i s j o u r m ~across the$ .M r . Neal was d e h i e f e d by C.L.H. Unwin and he (Neal) offcred thefollowing interpretat ion i n the Canadian Forces debrief ir,g forrn: -"Itcertainly w a s not aiheavenly body a s i t changed course, moved a t vario17speeds, changed colour from a blue white t o dcep orange and onceturned deep red, acd gccerally came t o , r e s t f o r periods of time froma few seconds t o several minutes. The distance was too great to-makeany estimation of shape also i t was generally too b r i & t f o r such anestimation t o be ~ d e . "M r , H, Voorsluys: M r , ~Voorsluysdescribed tile colow of the main---object a s r a n g z g from "bright orznge, scmetimes white or - s l i g h t l y> .green." He observed the objcct tnrough 7 x 50 binoculars and statedt h i s object w s s round and sharply outlined, the apparent s i z e of- . . --x2af the ilead of a - ~ e n c i l .(Continued on n ~ x tpa-ge)
    • 9 ,Canadian S i g h ting--(Cont inued),. 1 , ., . . . . , ,fi?. ~ o o r s l u ~ k:>ecbuntcd th-t ttic o b j e c t :io-~&df r o m t h e south toward .. .Neapand $imself arid,j~oberidju3.t p r i o r t o t h G d r q p ]ipg;o f t h e sm:dlerbbj.e,cf s :. I . Voorsluys .cl-aimec.t h n t , .,itthen bccams very dull .aGd "weht out9like t i i r ~ i n g " o fi. a bulb. He fo l t t h e object l.w& "seven miles awnyHby e s t i m a t i o n and about I17O, 000.. f z e t in nl-ti t u d e o." Voorsluys could .nots u b s t a n t i a t e .these f i g u r e s , stressing it w a s v e r y hard t o estimatet h e s e f a c t o r s , ,A - I. .. . . . .Report and slides t o : APRO, Tucs ,:L, ~ r i z o n a .. .~ o r n i i l e d *by B, C, Cannon, Indc <,2nddnt ~cscarchc d n t r e , Wimi~pcg, Canadz
    • Unexplained Lights Dubbed Cosmic PhenomenaNA Coast Gunrd ,spolrcs.nan s 2 i r l the coust: of t h e sashes, would he i nt h e w c a t h ~ r m ~ ~ syrcv:!;?e, xot; tliz.:-s. 3 a t r i c k A i r Force Base weather-men stated they k3.d no knowle2ze of l i g h t s and doubted i f wecther con-d i t i o n s c o ~ J &cause them,Dr. Ikvid Do doodbridge, professor of physics clnd space technologya t Florida I n s t i t u t e of Technology? said one possible explanation ofthe l i g h t s would be "an e l e c t r i c glow from charges i n t h e air."- - ..< . -Woodbridge could think of "no meterological cause,:) consideringWednesday n i g h t f s weather which w a s clear. 4noth her Airship Report--Back i n 1909,bx;ry of our rerd,ers make n cnllection cf .those old "airship" - r e ? o r t ~ !and one wylich Bmnt Ikynes, of %rkins Lane, Il~llovw,ll,Me.,found while senrc!7i:?.g through the f ~ l a s - o fthe "Bangor D d ~ l yNews."lNcw &ven, Dec, 27 (1909)--~n ,xlrsnip 1s supposed t o have p m s e dover t h i s c i t y Snturdc:y zt 2!.:40 a,.n. The a i r s h i p wzs seen hy C::pt..George S, Rclrrovs of Pire E n g n e Company 1-2 aild s c r e r C l of h3 me:?,-.It w a s goj-rlg nortkir~.~st,~t xrrs :: lout: 1,GO0 f c ct 1zitr,h, it secmcc andwas undcr perf c c t cor,tral 2. ~pa;*e.=1:,?~~,>:The Bjrc Ccptain? when hc first szw the c;lcer objec*, qucs tionedh i s eye s i g h t f c r hc! li.lrl just i.. t u r n e d "L.;,L h i s CirS cjt~,?,~dlnrier, ,Then he c a l l e d I l l s me11aild a hill" dozen o;i ihcn rpn i ~ ? t otlzc s?rect t otake n leek c t ihe 2i:-ship, A t t h e ;time it was ovdr the wes.l;crn p2rtof thc city.Captnin Barrows declared -th:;t he could see the plczncs z.d the- rudfier-and - c a ~ l dc l s o sd5 wh::t t o hic zppemrcd t o be t h e cxhnust frorll a rno LoT,It w a s tao high up t o sce t h e occui~ants. Capt. Bci,rrows c ~ l l e do numberof c i t i z e n s besides the firemen -to wctch t h e a i r w c h i n c and a l l keptit - i _ r l b ~ i c w f o r 8 to-10 mini~tes,wlan i-t passed out o f - s i e k - t * T);rii?gt h a t -tine thc distance -coucrcC-w?s c_stimd%cd--from8- t o 10 i ~ lle s e l!>o-ZL - -. - . - - - - -atn-hour l a t $ r a--snowstcrm-, &ruck the c i t y , . - .
    • . .~ - i i ~ A : b r & & ; t j u n ~ d c n t i f i e d ~ . f l y i i i ga b j e c t sc,en:-from Virginia-,toi.Sndianabefore dawn $esterdaj.probablj? was:& ahiet.eor,-says3he Ccntcr f o r Short-~&ived,,;P~e~~ornena....&~ ! . c ~ ; n t e rsp~kesraan.s a i d "a.bout 50 persons regortcd: . . .-see--5ng t h e f i r e b a l l . t r a v e l i n g :e a s t t o west .--_ _,... . . , , , . . . . . . ._ I . . . b .: :2:. : . . . . ..;~t i s doubtful the b r i g h t l i g h t w a s the -pegasus. s a t e l z i t e :bedause,l-tw a s t r s v e l i n g west t o e a s t , the spokesuan said.. ,..8 . .! , . b : : , . >. . , / . . -. .. . .,SourceE.. ~ J S A S~3T.y~ x p ~ s ,. h g . 4 . 5 8 1969 . .. -. . . . ,. ,. .,., - , . : I , .. ,. , - . . , /,.,!--------LL--,L-L--.1-I-1--------,----------------------------------. . . . . . . . . . . . . -. " .- . - . .. ?, . " . . .. UFO In Maine . . . -. . .. . . . .. . . . . . .. .I f ., . . . . . . . .1 . .. . . . . . . . .:r M r . end: Mi&. :@$~~r.d..;~icke.rywere picnic,kin&i t Run Bro:olc i n the --:. haxtcr S t a t e k r k , i k i n e , J u l y 6 , when .they s , ~ o t t e dwhdt they termeda..:U!O.. p c s i. Vi.c.i.,e.r~j.:j:saicls h ~rl, t ~ i ~ e i ltile ob;i.c.ct . Tor mom than . a- h a l f..hour? ~ . ; i t h . : . b f h o . c . u l ~calic1 ;shzsaid i t was) s i l v e r i n color and r o u n d i :I . . , ! . ? .3 I . . - . / , -. . .. , . . .A,. . . . ,,-.!.* ; . . . .. . . . . . . : .I A check with the Pcdcral viat ti on Agency at:, the h i ~ > i n d c k e , t ~ u n i c kpal, . Airport on July 8 t h revealed tIhcre had been no o t h e r reporteds,igh-t.i~ngs,;:_ _ . .,_. . . . . . ~ o , w v ~ e r , - ,the,;:r+pgeriIst.2;tion received ,onc,..rcportof -a.s.5milar, 1. * . ....1- . L.,! . . . . . . . . . t . .. ,; " " . .- .,s%gh+ng-?.,. : I.,:, :,. . ,, A ,. ....,,. . . . , . ,. -?, , .a -. . ,-I .., . - . . . . . . I- & I .. . . . . . .I ^. ,CreditI . :I JQU. Fa:r;is:h. :.-.,: !:,,I :,:,. ., I:..,r.;: :. .:,: : : ..> I . , , : . : - : , ! , , . . ::-. -. . . . . .. . .8 ,.5.. . .-,-----.-,-----,-,---d---,,-,,-,,,--------------------------------------------I I , ,. . . . .. . . : IMyst,esy::&n.:Ga~.ifo,mia._Sky.. .r ..,. .....:...... i .. . ., . . > . , . .. . .., , . . . . . 1 >. . -. .*>.. .i ; A l a r g e , b r i g h . t o b j e c t described t o be t h e s i z e of large c a r o r. small, . bus w a s obser~~,d;;h~ye,r~ii~g::;ov~d~.a,..,fie1 d .neeariitlieee ~ J ~ o , d d ~dn Brkdgc.,.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..:ng,g-r,.Yi.n.a:,.,.-.C.alif.ornia.,..-May-24,th..,..... 1- -..... . -. . .- .......- - . - . -. -..Credit:, . UFO ?oTPou~IRI--J&~Po ~ ~ h ~ ~ ~ s l e r exchange newsletter., ,,:. . _ . .I.>. . . . .. . : 4.- - . . . .,-,-,,,-,-,,--,,, . . . . .&-i--iii, . . . . . .----- -,-----2 . . L-,,---. --,,;--;-,I----.----y.1, . . . . , . . . .. . . , .:SAU:CERS,:...S$ACE.~&;. S C ~ ~ N C E.is a Canadian TJ PO qdartckly .rnagazFne.. Printed..w -6iy.. ,phot-d,-o;f.fs.,?t.:.~:i;t;h,:;pho.tqsi and S-lluskml;i,ons by %he edXcor, - it h2s -! ;.&my:. . U,F,O,sightings.:sn& ..cci::f cd: a r t i c l e s . , ~ n d.you.ll.f i n d .-it-in.tbrc s t trig...re3ding.: A sample>..-co.py,+s. 5 . 0 ~ ;s,ubscription,. $2.,00 A 1 1 c.orrcspoiidcnce, $hoiild..b.e: ~ddr.css.cd.:t p. G.ene,:.l)upl,ntier, 17. Shetl?.nd St d , Willowdnle.:; . _ . I . . 3 -443, Ontario, Canada. . s , I . ,, ..
    • -7 ..NORTH,. SOUTH, EAST and EST of the U. S o A .Did UP0 Cut Fodder?An &-&and UFO magazine UJOLOG (see address on The Re:tder Writespage) has an interesting report from the = ~ a n b e r r a , - 1 ~ ~ 0 fApril 24; 1969; and iile g i s t of- it follows:-- I*. Ian Robertson, aFederal Pl. P. has asked the R.A.A.P. t o l n v c s ~ i g a t ewhethcr a flyingsaucer landed on h i s property on t h e north const of M.S.W. H i s propertya t Bwgawzlbyn on the Richmond River is farmedby a share farmer andon A p r i l 20th the shaken farmer asked, Mr. Koblnson t o have a vlookatsome strange ddmage t o parts of a two-acre crop. of saccaline (a typeof fouder cane with a grain head, grows to about nine f e e t ).3 r -11 What I saw has me cornpleteTy p e r p l ~ x e d , ~Robinson said. "1 justcant find any explanation slort of a v i s i t by sone strange c r a f t , "An area of thc cron measurinp n-o!l t 60 f ~ ~ thy 25 feet hqdk ba2en f l n t -tened. A l l the s t 2 1 is cf t h e s1cc.511-inc w,-rp l v i n g frnq nortl.. t o southand wcre brolxn o-ff : l t grouna IGvel. -An ,?ran * :o a ~ont? rrlge-h- d m-r k son-the ground whlch a p p e ~ r ~ dto be rti- d e by an o .jdct LI vlng ., long $ 6Some ).-.ids f u r t n ~ ron, J. sr;l,lle~ ,;rdc bedn l l u ~ t L l l ~ u- . ~ dhdd soxtei n d e n t c ~ i o n son t l ~ egrouna wlllch ulc,lcutcd that soazthlng hila lmdedi n a -big patch and travelled aloag the ground f o r sone distance, thentaken off. Then i t lznded a few yards away, t x v e l l e d ii10ng the*groundf o r a shorter disttince, and tizlten off again.. ,~ o b i n s o nsnid he su6nliCtcd photographs t o the R.A.A.F. t o -helpthem i n t h e i r investigation,Editort&Note-: This reminds us of oursreport i n lczst monthfs .SKYLJK--where "somethingt cut a path through an IOWZcornfield* Looks.l i k e"something" i s picking up a l i t t l e fodder f o r the winter.
    • ... - . .. I - - - ..- ........... .-. ...... ...-. .. .- .. ._. . . . . . . . - . . . - . , .In Others Words . i . , . I .:. ,BY.,: L ~ ~ . C ~ ~ S I::~5-jc~h . . :.I.:..1.11 . ~ .4 . 1 - ,..._... ........ ._... . . . , . . . . . . . . . . . . . _ . ..-- . . . ._ -. I. . . - . . . . . . . . .. . . .. . . . , . . . , . ,. .: The special UFO magazine from the publishers SAGA, mentidned i na n earzier column,: &snow on,sale,.at,most newsstands. &GAr.S .SPECIAL~;BFO:iKEPORT:1s-hmbcr.ed.!.Val. 1 tio.. .1,.I so ,.perhaps the publishers ,in-,tend-t.o .issue,-,othersuch -magazhges - on a f a i r l y regular basis, Practi-- call$ x a l l , t h e:materia,l.in t h i s issue 1 s repriqted from back issues of. ,SAC;A. :.The.exceptions.:are a s h o ~ . t.Saucer BookshelfiLfeature,. a bu.n, g f t h e . n e ~ s ~ ~ : . - , ~ t y p e .of ~ c o l u , ~ ~ ~ ~ , a n dg n - a r t i c l e ~n:.,~~~h~si-cal-evldenoe?by,,iC)t.$,q;Oo.-,Bl,nder..,and,,,Joan, Whr5;tenour. . .!. . . . . ..- -;For .thos.e w&o .may have m l s s?d, . ,~vari.0~8?issues..of SAGA ; i n t h e past ,:this ,is"a.gbodcompilatign::of,$hoseTJl?6 articles.which haie,:appenred i n , .t h a t. magazine. . . . :over t,he l a s t : two.,:years o r ,so.. . ,. .. . . . . -...:.:. 8 I . ; . ., . . .;: .L . . 1 . . . . . . . . - .------ . ,. . .., , -*: ... . .: >. ., . . . . I. - . I . Y-.; i ~ h e - , + 0 6 t o b 6 r. i s g u o ~ - o ~11ALF, has an s r t i c l e by ~ ~ h n . . & e lwhich .d c d s..{withthe:pos,sible c o n 6 e c t ~ o nbe-tween UFO ,&$or$s and sightj&s o,f :. 2 ..::.!A~bomninbl:e~;-Sn~~en.:.~Keel . c i t e s;-some intcrestii2.g.material iqvo.lving:electro-mngnetic:effcct,.s when !Showment1.,h:ve h e e n . s s ? n , cven i f ,no,:.UFO-wasv i s i b l e , a t fha time,, Although many rtise*nrchdrsm y ,consider..z. : t h i s-. a rqther:14!r-pu$i~subject, there doks appear t u b e a correlation.bdtwc&~UFO.rand si@iti?gs, i n some cases... AS : i f ,$he: UYO . sub-!i. .., . i : : . ; . ; Je c t ,..wcren!~t,.complica~ed,.., enough:9lqeMdy ! . ,,, . . , ,. ,.. . . . . .:. . , . . . . .. .. . 1 . , . i . . . , . . . . . . . . . . . . ., , ,.. ( i .----I,. . Excerpts,:from,.L~ng.~JohnNcbell s l a t e s t b o o k , THE PSYCHX WORLD . ;AROUND US;,are pr6scnted i n the No. 7 issue of jULE-AlrNUnL,... now on:!. . . . . .isale. Long John &views, the past hisfory of tkie UFO subject since 1947,..:.:-c6~~entZng.-~on.:$hevariois storics.which ,have intrtgued him:during t h a t: t i m e,! As .most r c ~ d e ~ sw i l j . know,. Long ~ ~ h nhns .anightly. mdj.0. t a l k-, . .: show i n New,, Yorki:C j l t ~ ;and- h a s devoted mqny hours t o .UFO . discassions. . , over the years. During t h i s time, he has met mculy of the bktt<r-.kiiownUFO <eseSrcfic~isarid KSs become quite well-.,inf 0rme.d. on the. subj.e.ct.. .Therefore, h-is opinions are quite interes$ing, - - . . .. 1. . . ,-."--I--. . , I : ., . , .. . . .,; 3.. :, . . Ii;.. TIME magazirie f o r ?eptember 5th p r e s m t s :an a r t i c l e on UFOs..and ; .- r e l i g i o n in.,:their.lRcJ.ig.lon" section. ":he :forthcoming book on, t h e,.historical~archaeologicala s p e c t s o f Ufology, C U R I O T S OF GODS?,,is d,iscussed6.The.bookls;author, Erich von Danilrcn, sug,@sts t h a t , . -I space- yisit.orsi <rere , r e s ponsible for,ancient iegonds of:. god-)like,bei$nga . descendkng from t h e skics. Thl! s:lne thefie runs through . th? w r l t ings o f. . .; .r$r-enchi lhomes . end. other-.outhors ,hi16 have spcculc ted. on UFOs i n .his.t-, J: - . , .: .; ory. : TIMEcnl,so men-Yions the kheqribs of the ; Sovikt philolo$$st Znitscy ,.;-~%o:;~hasP~Y@QQed-:th?,i mnn$.,~iblicnlevents ni-e mi? interpretations, of :. , 2 .i.UF,O-;alctiv-ity.: .,S-hrne.,,v.cry.3 n t r i ~ i ~ ; i - ycom:ncnts on .reli,gious,them,es. in..,!.science-fiction nre nlso inclurled. A l l i n 11,.;I vx-y: thought-om-,., voking article..;.. ; : . . - ..., . , i : I . , . . , .. . . . . : +----."-. . . . . . .. . . . I ;
    • Peoria Club ~ e e t s- Reports iieccht SigktingThe k e r l a l phenomena Club of Centrjl I l l i n o i s held i t s rcgularmonthly mzeting, Sept. 8, ~t thc Mqrthrilinster P r e s b y t e r i m Churchi n Peoria.Eie idw west Convention planned f o r the week-end of JIJne 13, 1970,was discussed. Outstandmg speckcrs i n the ufology-fj-eld arc l i s t e don the progr~mtaking shape, and. names w i l l .be-announced a t a l a t e rdate,- 7A rnost"interesting f e s t u r e of the meeting was a r e ~ o r t;iven by .Ray v ~ J z t t swho investigated a alghting a t ddrrnlngton, Ill., ~ l l enl&tof Sunday, ~ u g u s t10th-It was -about 9:15 F! when a "whitish-orange and very lumillous - oojcct" was , seen south of the c i t y by Pirs. John .3elagna and Nrse RubyJ o l c t , who were .on t h e i r way llom from chu.rch 2nd wcre .within the cktyl i m i t s a t the time of the s i g h - t i ~ g *The object F J ~ Sabout 30 degrces-above the horizon and sccrned to hang motionless i n the sky as-theywatched it f o r about 10 t o 15 ninutcs. They ported i t was an almost-.perfect square and t h a t sparks, flcw from i t when it disappeared. -ITkiree .boys--Lex Walker, 11, Flike ~ r i n k s ,11, and iqark Richards, 13,also reported soeing the object 2nd watched l t u n t i l i t errupted intosparks and disappeared, They d s o d e s c r i b c d i t a s being squme .in shape.It was a warm night and there was no moon, haze or clouds t o -i n t e r f o r e with .the sighting.. <. -; L - . . 1. .. Walt .b d r u s ; u a l i t y . Control ,Fir.nager for.the, $lotorola; Ylbnt in.: QuincS, . KPROar,& idw west ilr7,O Netwprk dirccFo$ f g y 111.ippi%, ,a!@ %*OK: s%a-f;f,member,-has.retv.&eh w i t h his.wize Ifr o n -L?, v a c ~ t - i o n .t r i p ~ k s t i- .-.- . . . . ...... - ...... -bl .e.. w.ith.: .and reports.. enj,q+ ,-2 I z t ! m ~ ~ r ...... ......- a-f1UFO. i:fivc.s;~=gators.. ................ a s - - ~ e l ~ - ; - ~-. . . . . . . . . . . . . - - -. - - * - -- .- . :. : .. as; v%sitS-w=th . e l a t . i v c s ..and.sight-. s ~ e i h gtrips.-.to,.-points-of i n tc r e s t. . . . a= - - - - -, . . 8 -... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . - . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . - . . . . . . . : . . .. . . .--. - - - - - -. . - - . - , . . - -. .- : . - . .- - .- - -. . . . . . A .. . .. . . 1 .- . .. . . . . .:.- ::I-:. I(-Con3inued-on. next...page-):.::.:.:: . _.... -. . ,.. . . . . . . . : . :,... i . ..I .
    • MIDWEST ORGA..TU.Z-*TION MYORTSJohn Schuessler Addresses Tri-State UP0 Study GroupJohn P. Schuessler, Senior Design h g i n w r f o r the McDonnell Douglasa~stron;,uticscompany, i n St. Louis, spoke on "UFO Is--.Defiance t oScienceu a t theqSePt. 14th meeting of the Tri-State UFO Study Grmpheld a t 3 p.m. a t the F i r s t United Presbyterian Church i n Quincy, 111.Ivk. Schucssler i s assigned to the NASA 0r.bital Jorkshop 2rogrttni as,Enviropmntal Control Systems Engineer, responsible f o r specificztionof sub-contract-ed. l i f c support equipmznt. The f i r s t Orbital Workshog wi:l-be launchcd i n 1fi2; thus 5 providing the Unitod States.with i t s ,iirstrmanned sgacc s t a tion. The i n i - t i a i hanned v i s i t a t ioii t o the workshopi s planned t o be -1ir~itedt o 28 &ys f o r .the three man Apollo crew.In the UliQficlcl of study, John i s the Astronautics ~ v i s o rt o -Acrlal ~;en&cna: Research Organization ( A ~ R O )of Tucson; Director of theMissouri Section of APHO; and director oi the UlW Study Group ofGreater. St. Louis. AS-^- c u t h o r of UFO nc1-tcrial, he p b l i s h e s a -nor?--scheduled newsletter t i t l e d UFO POTPOURRI. ( ~ d i t o r ~note-- Also,,.weadd with pride, he i s on the SKYLOOR stzff ?.nd has been sincc the f i r s tissue. ) He has writter, a secti-on ItUFOs an6 the Aeroswce Enpinee,rIrf o r a book t o be ,,published t h i s f ~ l lby APRO lrid gn : - r t - c l e -"MissingUFO Evidence and How t o Pjnd Itt1f o r a UFO manual .prysently beingpublished by ,lw?t!lony t a c e of hewchL.pel Observat~ry,In Il;&l-nd.2 ., . .H r . Schuessler had some dmwing8: o f l i p .chi& to help illustr?t-teh i s lecture which..I!was:without.2.doubt .the. finest., .$duca-ted presents-t,i.on t.h,it our group"h5s-h%dthe privll:cge.:02 ;.h&iring,d.""-writes:Walt ...Andrus, D-irector. o f - the I l l i n o i s &cltion -oT1iPh0, 2nd -he adds.: I J ~ ~ & - S.vocational background and .position .in tlhe spr:ce progr+m a t FicDovellDdu:las .Astiibno~%i c s provides. dl;bditability. Itli?lt, f e wgdop l e c:m &.qua,l.". . . .- . . . . . . . . . <%. . . -. . . . .. .8 . . . . , . .,. ( , .."#hen e v s l i a t h g t& .facts1 i n a ,pb,sitivc & a n e i , i t is eaky t o .,"-fo-rnjulaYd tle - ~ x t ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ r r s t p i ~ l. ~ l y - ~ ~ t l ~ e - s i s . ; .Theacccij!-l;c-d.scipntific:- .point that l i f e "out theret e x i s t s biit it c m t get here f r m there,:,i s nonsense, Ptolmey. . i n the second century r~.D. 20s.tul~itbdtkL,..-,t: th);3". -earth ",w;;s.tlyc b&.-&er; "he ~w;iv~~rse.,. y ~ ~ f t ~ ~ j . ~ ~.$L(-t:er..~l~lcon$de h i scrude telescopeind. found thci :ithe.e;:~rthwcsjust a*t i n y -orb floafWg . ~. -along i n n m$,%sivciuni.vorse .. f i r m then, h:c: vi;;s-:.brr.nded a .lGrctic?for~a3ii.C.~sucll.th:i,CFs::- ITp. wn..s:.--fo~c~$- to r e c ~ - ~ ? t-8rii -bsg,.f ~;rp..ir~~~t?.ss:.-The- . - .-.point-:is.tll::t foi.centuriqs, .ri:.. row rnim7s c ~ :1.d .i.:t. 7.ccct.h .a w w th2ik*y,., ..l c t . ?.lone- try t o ::rove o r dishprove: the theory. . .S,J -ct, t.r.;v.:.i t o d ~ y .. . . . -Se;.,ns: t o be su2fcri-ni fr-ord ~ L I CS.-l;lt: hlild jxi thirlliiLLgo, . . , >. .- . . 1 . . . ... , . .. . . . - , .IRece~ltly,President .Rixon stdtcd t hz:t :.:en fron eurlh wou1.d encounter.ilifrj iq tile univ.c.csc. w;j.i thin 30 :.yz~..~lS.--.%fs:3ppe:.!m. :t0 .beKa --s:ife ~ L I C S S .-.lbny belicve -ithas-.a.lreaciy-hz.ppc1ic.d.-On-the-other-h:i:d--one. . . .. .of$in:!..... . .. .i-f. tfiLr,y is-.ifitelligcil - 1 -.- -L I L ~ o n )5gt3..l1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. ..-. . . -. . . . - . . - . -. ... .- - . . -. . . . . . . . . . ... . .. . ..- .. - ~ .-. . -- - -. . - -.,-. . . . . (cihti.nudd ,in-i;dxtTij~g&) . ., . .. .. . . . , . . . .. .. I ,, . .
    • I Iore. . on Above l "i .No :doubt: the :two r v c n t s trigger+ n l o t .:of r e p o r t s of unidentified.. .flying-.object,s;:in: t h e Liestern s t n t e s , c;o bcnr. . t.hc d a t e i n mind--i~ug..,. . . .. . .26--when reading o f su"c.h-., , , . . I..I .,, . . . . ., . ., . . -Source: ~ ~ o r t h w i i g t ~ r k & s n s ~ i & s " :~ r g d i t :Lou k1arish31II - - -
    • Wrk R. Herbs-tritt, St. fil,.ryls, Pa., wrltzs:" I redd. the t ~ r t l c l e .i n t h e , September assue of okY~~Uh--";itr,r~~eUD J ec ts m r e u i s y l v ~ n i aSky" and-found i t very mterebtlng--esPccl,:Ily the UFOs seen in Del-aware County on June 28, t h e day -1had a UFO sighting,: . . . .. . . . . .5 , ~ c r eBre t h e d&tils aS p b l ished in amo on^. ~lork..s,.C:R. P.E.3.. , ..I ~ E W , S L ~ T T E R , ~ ; ; J ~ ~ ~ issue:. On June,,28,, 1969, ,Iwas obse.rving..the moon - :through my L2? ~ e f l e c t c ra t 2-25. A t 21:05 EST I saw:.a white ;o b j e c t of abo,ut.2n.d magnitude near the star &cturus. It,moved north,toward UrSa ~ n o r c o n s t e l l a t i o nin.about 1s.-minutea. I t h e l d a steady c o u r s e - a n d seeme-d t6 stay a t a constant height a l l during %heobses-.:.vation, * * * St. Maryts i s probably 300 miles from Chester. Since1 a m an amateur ,ast,ronomer.and ha,,e : seen, many.mekeors .and several : .bright : f i r e b a l l s ; I a l s o noted the - positioa of the. planets, S a r s .and:..J u p i t e r , o n t h a t evenij,;g. I have a l s o s e e n . m n y a r t + f i c , ~ p ls a t e l l i t e sand t h i s objecs: was: moving.~nuchf a s t e r than"an . a r t i f . i c i + l s s t e l l l t e . ; .There were no"aircrhft i n t h e v i c i n i t y a t thc t i m e , a n d 1 t h i n k it!,Safe t o s a y t h a t I saw: an obj.ect :.that .coiil.dnf:t-be explained as. an$of :these, Cormlent,. , : Thanks, -I*L?.rk,we are &ad t o get ttlis. And to. ...our rcaders-$-the newsletter mqntioned i s a quarterly, 61.00 per ,year;and t h e address is. 313 Ingram S t . , Norfolk, Va. 23505. (Ramona, w e .X.RBgoing t o answer your nice l e t t e r . )rent. Ra nes; Hallowell, No. .sends i n c report (see it elsewhere)and w r i d " I 1 . l l be looking forwzrd. t o tlc next lssue of your mag-a z i n e , which i n my o ~ i n i o ni s TOPS *, * * the June issue cf !FLYINGSAUCER OBSBRVER I s now rut ~ n 3i t s e d i t o r , Fr. Johnson, hns done i tagain. Has present-ed ,?nother sounc7, s;.ncere, - nd t o t a l l y honzst ..-. -b u l l e t i n . Dont you agree?It Coment : Yes, Brent, we IX, agree, viehave plugged the UBSLKVAK r i g h t along becL.use lts tne l ~ l r l dofUlOzine we can honestly recormend t o our redders..ihthle.en, Smith, Editor of U2OLOG (England) : "Thank you f o r sendingthe Y.hy e d i t i o n of SKYLOOK. I found it a very good magazine and would.: l i k e t o exch~ngei t each month with UFOLOG. I ,?.msending you our cur-r e n t i s s u e and a few back numbers. You sound "down t o earth" and, l i k eI1myself, shy away from messages frorn space," and "men i n black" clgims,UFOLOG c o n s i s t s of s i g h t m g reports only, from a l l over the world.- W&c o l l e c t these frorn, other groups -mostly, and 2rc always lppking f o r -, :new c0nta.c-ts. Sp dould be very hkpl,y t o add you t o our list." Com%n%;:Most hagpy t o mget ran0.the.r who " t e l l s it z s it is-" and t o . exchange -publications. I *find y o i r s most i n t e r e s ting and rccom~lcndit t o ourreaders who may--warit-to subscrilje t o an EK&;nd magazine, I n myopinion, it i s f a r ,superi-or t o the well-.mown FLYIhG SAUCER HEVIEW "-which is r e a l l y a going ."way out i n the Never-Never Land. To our readers:-You may write Kathleen Smith a t llXinglemereLColwell Road, ColwellBay, I s l e of Wight, Zngland. Her publication comes out monthly--wed o n t have the subscription prlce t o the States. I t f sworth writingt o f l n d out,
    • I l l i n o i s -%e-law Student Sees UFO , .Handy Hutchin, 690 23rd S t . , Carlyle, Ill., a $re-law studeilt a tIlurrray S t a t e University, was drlvlilg e a s t a b o u t three miles north ofBoil-lder about 7:30 dlc]-ock one evenillg i n January, 1967, when he saw-an o b j e c t i n the sky which he w i l l never forget.